Enrolment

2021 Prep information Evening 

Dear Prep 2021 Families,

 We will be holding our Prep 2021 Information Night on Thursday 26th November from 7pm until 8pm. As we cannot be onsite this year we will be using Webex for the meeting. Please find the meeting link below. The link should take you straight into the meeting but the meeting number and password are also provided in case you are asked for these. Please join us to find out more about what to expect as your child begins Prep next year.

 Webex meeting link: https://eduvic.webex.com/eduvic/j.php?MTID=mb64fed9e67f1344abc717ac2f84f117b

Meeting number: 165 959 3078

Password: Prep2021

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards,

Cate Foley

Enrolment Process

Enrolment for Prep 2021 is now open.

Prep 2021 – ENROLMENT Process

Your Prep child for 2020 needs to turn 5 years old by the 30th April 2021 to be eligible for enrolment.

 

School Tours

As we are unable to hold school tours right now, we have put together a ‘virtual tour’ of Chandler Park Primary School. Please watch to find out more about our amazing school. You can find the link on the main page of this website.

 

Our School Zone

School zone info can be found below.

 

Enrolment Procedure

  1. Read the Information about the Enrolment document before you complete the enrolment form.
  2. Download the 2020 enrolment form and fill it out.
  3. Please bring all required documentation as listed on the information page.

 

Further Information

Please call 03 97898 2228

or email

For international callers please dial: 613 9798 2228

Enrolment Form

It’s Story Time

Welcome to Story Time at Chandler Park Primary! Here are 2 stories for you to listen to this week. We hope that you enjoy listening to some wonderful stories and getting to meet some of our staff here at Chandler Park Primary School. Keep popping back to check for more stories as we will be adding to the list each week!

This week we have the lovey Miss Lawson again, this time reading “I’m Australian Too” by Mem Fox. The book explores many countries, both near and far, from which so many have come from, making Australia home. Follow the link to listen to the story:

We also have the wonderful Mrs Argendra reading for us this week.  She teaches grade 3 at CPPS this year and is reading “Goodbye House, Hello House” by Margaret Wild, a shortlisted book by The Children’s Book Council for Australia for 2020. Follow the link to listen to the story:

This week we are joined by Ashley Tran, one of our fabulous 2020 School Captains this year at CPPS. She is reading “Tilly” by Jane Godwin, a shortlisted book by The Children’s Book Council for Australia for 2020. Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our other story this week is read by Sara Vanovac, our other wonderful 2020 School Captain. She is reading “Bat vs Poss” by Alexa Moses, again a shortlisted book by The Children’s Book Council for Australia for 2020. Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our next story is read by Ms Chanter who is our fabulous Occupational Therapist at CPPS. She is reading “What do they do with all the poo from all the animals at the zoo?” by Anh Do. Do you know what really happens to the poo? Follow the link to listen to the story:

Here we have the lovely Miss Yapp who teaches Prep at CPPS this year. She is reading “We’re going on a bear hunt” by Michael Rosen. Do you know what happens when the family go on a bear hunt? Follow the link to listen to the story

Here is a story read by our marvellous Mrs Baker who is teaching grade 5 this year. She is reading “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” by Judith Kerr. Have you ever had a tiger come to tea at your house? Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our next story is another book read by the lovely Lauren Caldwell one of our support staff members at CPPS. This week she is reading “The Wonky Donkey” by Craig Smith. I wonder if you have ever met a donkey that is quite this wonky! Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our next story is read by our fabulous Ms Cifuentes who is teaching grade 2 this year. She is reading “Whatever Next!” by Jill Murphy. Find out what Baby Bear gets up to by following the link to listen to the story:

Here is our wonderful Mr Chludzinski who is our ICT learning specialist at CPPS as well as teaching Grade 3 this year. He is reading the story “Click, Clack – Buckled in your booster seat” by Danny Katz. The story shows us the imaginary places you can go, all while being safely buckled into your seatbelt or booster seat in the car. Follow the link to listen to the story:

One of our stories this week is read by Mrs Monteith who is one of our wonderful Grade 3 teachers. She is reading “Where the Wild Things” Are by Maurice Sendak. Look out for the wild things as she reads. Follow the link to listen to the story:

The other story for this week is read by lovely Mrs Bertuna who is one of our Grade 2 teachers this year. She is reading “The Magic Lunchbox” by Angela Barrett. The story tells us what kinds of things are good to put in our lunchboxes for school! Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our next story is read by our amazing Mrs Liddell who teaches Grade 2 this year as well as being our Literacy leader at CPPS. Mrs Liddell is all dressed up as one of her characters from the story “Meg & Mog” by Helen Nicoll. Follow the link to find out which one and listen to the story:

Here is a story read by Lauren Caldwell one of our fabulous support staff members at CPPS. She is reading “Where is the Green Sheep” by Mem Fox. See if you can spot Miss Lauren’s green sheep! Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our next story is read by lovely Miss Lawson who teaches Prep this year at CPPS. She is reading “Room on the Broom” by Julia Donaldson. Look out for hungry dragons! Follow the link to listen to the story:

Here is a story read by marvellous Mr McLean who teaches Grade 6 this year. He is reading “Bear Snores On” by Karma Wilson. Mr McLean has a friend in his video. Follow the link to find out who the friend is and listen to the story:

Our first story is read by the wonderful Miss Liri who teaches Prep this year at CPPS. She is reading “There’s a monster in your book” by Tom Fletcher. Look out for that cheeky monster! Follow the link to listen to the story:

Our second story is read by Mrs Perkin who is our fabulous Speech Pathologist at CPPS. She is reading “How to grow a dinosaur” by Caryl Hart. Can you really grow dinosaurs? Follow the link to listen to the story:

Transition for Preps

Welcome to the Prep Transition 2021 section of our website. This term we are unable to run our usual onsite transition sessions due to Covid-19. Instead, here you will find transition videos for you to watch with your child. There will be activity videos posted for the children, as well as information videos for parents. Watch this space as we add new videos each week across the term. As each video is posted we will send out an alert to you all via our Compass system. If you are having trouble logging into Compass please contact the school office.

If case numbers stay low and restrictions are eased as planned, we will aim to arrange an onsite session for your child later this term. We will be in touch at a later date to arrange this if it becomes possible. Over the next few weeks, we will also be carrying out our Prep Screen Assessments. This will give you and your child the opportunity to visit school and take part in activities that give our teachers a vital guide as to what your child needs to learn next when they begin school next year.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Cate Foley on the school phone number and I will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.

Hi future preps – today is all about Art! Here is our amazing Mrs Copland who teaches Art at Chandler Park Primary School. In the first video she is reading a special story for you. The other videos are special art activities that you can try at home. I hope you all have lots of fun!

Hi 2021 Preps, here is our Music transition video. You will get to go on a tour all around the music room at school and then join in an exciting activity about beat and rhythm! I hope you all enjoy the video!

Hi future preps! How are you all today? Here is our second transition activity session. Today you get to meet Mrs Foley and Miss Liri, two of our fabulous Prep teachers at CPPS this year. Mrs Foley is reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Miss Liri is ready for some counting fun with you all! If you would like to follow along with Miss Liri’s activity you will need paper, a pencil and something to colour with. Have fun!

Hi everyone, here is our first transition activity session. Follow the video link below to meet Miss Yapp and Miss Lawson, two of our amazing Prep teachers here at Chandler Park Primary School. Listen to the story ‘We’re going on a bear hunt” written by Michael Rosen. It is being read to you by a bear that looks a little like Miss Yapp! Then watch to see what Miss Lawson gets up to afterwards! We hope you have lots of fun!

Transition for Parents

Dear future Prep parents, welcome to the first of our parent information session videos. Here is Jo Hillman, the Principal of Chandler Park Primary School, to welcome you all to our school community. Click on the following link to watch the video and listen to Jo’s message to you all:

Reading, Writing & Speaking

Dear future Prep parents, please meet Sandy Liddell, our Literacy Learning Specialist here at Chandler Park Primary School. Sandy has made a series of three videos covering the main areas of Literacy; Reading, Writing and Speaking & Listening.

Please follow the links below to find out more about each area.

Dear parents, here is Mark Chludzinski, our ICT Learning Specialist at Chandler Park Primary School. Mark has put together some important information regarding the Technology we have here at school, as well as how we use it to both follow and enhance the curriculum. Please follow the link to find out more.

Kinder Transition

We will both be assisting with the kinder assessments over the coming weeks. If your child has seen any health professionals, or is currently working with a speech pathologist or occupational therapist, please bring along any reports you may have. The more information we have about your child, the better we can support your child’s transition to school.

Please feel free to contact either of us at the school if you have any questions or concerns.

We look forward to meeting your children over the coming weeks and are excited to see them begin their school journey in 2021!

Andrea Perkin

Hi, my name is Andrea Perkin and I’m the speech pathologist at Chandler Park Primary School. I work with children to support and develop their speech, language, literacy and social skills. I work with students individually and in small groups, typically within the junior years. I work collaboratively with the classroom teachers and parents to create suitable goals for students and run fun and engaging sessions to assist students to achieve their goals.

Lauren Chanter

Hello, my name is Lauren Chanter and I am the Occupational Therapist at Chandler Park Primary School. Within my role at the school, I work collaboratively with the lower primary years and their teachers to support children to participate as happy, healthy and successful learners.

I work with students within group, whole class and individual settings with a focus on supporting fine and gross motor development, sensory processing, play development, attention and concentration, self-care, emotional regulation and social skill development.

School Zone Information

Our school zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au. Findmyschool hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones for 2020 onwards.

Students residing in this zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address.

The Department provides guidance through the School Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.

You can find more information and answers to frequently asked questions on the Department’s website under School zones.